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Writing Technical Requirements: How to Articulate Design Ideas to Developers It's difficult to relate to developers, but imagine yourself in a position where you hear ideas every day and need to translate these ideas into code. Superficially, it sounds easy, but it's actually one of the most difficult parts of the development life cycle.
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At some point or another, individuals who use computers can encounter many different issues - including viruses and malware attacks - that can drastically affect the performance of software programs and even the computer itself. The same can be said with issues involving the internet.
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